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Re:TD DOES go away

Posted by Willful on May 31, 2012, at 10:23:03

In reply to Lou's reply-kntgetknoh-continued, posted by Lou Pilder on May 30, 2012, at 22:38:43

TD does always go away, although it can take a long time. This is a fact that was confirmed for me by my pdoc.

After consideration, I believe what my pdoc told me. He's a recognized expert in psychopharmacology and knows a great deal more than Lou. Not only does he read more in the area, but he has great clinical experience, skills and judgment that Lou doesn't. So as far as I"m concerned, Lou should inform himself about topics on which he continually tries to scare people, in the most elevated language possible.

Lou basically doesn't know what he's talking about.

So I hope no one, especially anyone who's experiencing any sort of TD is taking his remarks on this subject seriously. I understand being afraid of TD--- and it can be long-lasting, which is why anyone on a drug that potentially causes it should be monitored fairly closely over time. But I can't understand spreading false and depressing misinformation about it to people who are experiencing it. It's really cruel, even if it's motivated by a delusional belief that one is saving people.





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